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Chemistry of Firework Colors
Fireworks combine art and science. Learn about the chemistry behind firework colors, including the mechanisms of color production and a table listing colorants.
Periodic Table of the Elements - Fireworks & Pyrotechnics - Chemistry
This is an interactive periodic table of the elements showing the uses of elements in fireworks and pyrotechnics.
San Francisco Fireworks and Fourth of July Celebrations
The San Francisco Bay Area marks July 4 with fireworks, picnics, concerts and family fun. Here's a guide to some of the best activities and offerings in and ...
How to Make Underwater Fireworks for Kids - Chemistry - About.com
Fireworks, while beautiful, are not something you want kids to make themselves. As an alternative, make these safe, underwater "fireworks."
Fireworks Phobias in Dogs - About.com
A fear of fireworks is very common in dogs. The good news is that there are ways to deal with a dog's fireworks phobia which can ease his stress and anxiety.
Oxygen - Elements in Fireworks - Chemistry - About.com
Learn about the use of the element oxygen in fireworks and pyrotechnics.
How Fireworks Work - Chemistry - About.com
Firecrackers, sparklers, and aerial fireworks are all examples of fireworks. Here's a look at the different types of fireworks and an explanation of how they work.
Fireworks Projects - Make Your Own Fireworks & Pyrotechnics
Learn how to make your own fireworks and pyrotechnic devices (safely).
Barium - Elements in Fireworks - Chemistry - About.com
Learn about the use of the element barium in fireworks and pyrotechnics.
Sodium - Elements in Fireworks - Chemistry - About.com
Learn about the use of the element sodium in fireworks and pyrotechnics.
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